LA ZAMBRA DEL ZORRO will delight boys and girls of all ages. Told in ballet and dance, the story is set in California during the early 1800s – against the backdrop of Mexico’s struggle, under the banner of Our Lady of Guadalupe, for independence from colonial “New Spain”.
Young Diego de la Vega inspired by his mentor Padre Felipé’s opposition to colonial rule, dons the black mask and cloak of El Zorro (The Fox). With his adopted Native brother Bernardo, he wages a stealth campaign against injustice.
The local folk do their best to celebrate life, with the plaza and tavern becoming a stage for festive dances, including the Zambra, a style of barefoot Flamenco.
La Zambra del Zorro is inspired by a century of variations on the character created by Johnston McCulley in 1919. It also draws upon the 2005 novel Zorro, by Chilean author Isabel Allende who recasts the legend in an historical light, and with a feminist viewpoint, for 21st century audiences.
La Zambra del Zorro is produced by American Liberty Ballet of Union City, New Jersey, as directed by Valerie Mae Browne, and with permission from Zorro Productions, Inc. This original production is choreographed by Osamu Uehara in collaboration with librettist Mark A. Sullivan.
Performances are scheduled for March 2nd & 3rd, 2024, at The Theatre at St. Jean’s, 150 East 76th Street, New York City.
March 2nd, 2024
March 3rd, 2024
All ages welcome!
La Zambra Del Zorro runs for 1h 30m.
La Zambra Del Zorro is at New York's Theater at St. Jean.
La Zambra Del Zorro tickets start at $28.
All ages welcome!
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